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Mickeyryn
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Pretty much self-explanitory.
Why? I am a Catholic, and here are a couple things. Why would you worship Satan, and end up burning in hell, when you could worship the Lord, Jesus Christ and end up in the Paradise garden?
Why? I don't understand any philosophy in it.
A couple more things: Sigil of Baphomet, they worship demons and heinous figures. Huh, to discover the "true self" or something?
Ermmm.
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Its a combination i belive. At first, the christians were jews who ate only kosher food and follow the mitzvut (laws, but in a mean of good will - religius peoples want to acomplish these laws, like donating to the poor and etc). But as time passed and the second housr of the temple wese destroyed, the christians tried to sepread themselves from the jewish community. And most of there religion was baded on "If you wont belive in jesus, you will go to hell! Youll go to hell and tjen you die!".

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Those memes on page 2 make a great point, is all I have to say.

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Jesus never dreamed of creating a religion. That was Paul, who referred to the Jewish people as "vessels of wrath, fit for destruction"[1]. Meanwhile the Old Testament, which Jesus (I believe; can't yet source this) despised, is a Jewish text and still included in Christianity. My point is, would you really trust that ghastly, outdated book of rubbish to tell you what's good?
And it was founded by a guy who referred to the people of his unintentional &quotrophet" as "fit for destruction".
[1]: The Jews, Story of a People by Howard Fast

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Its a combination i belive. At first, the christians were jews who ate only kosher food and follow the mitzvut (laws, but in a mean of good will - religius peoples want to acomplish these laws, like donating to the poor and etc). But as time passed and the second housr of the temple wese destroyed, the christians tried to sepread themselves from the jewish community. And most of there religion was baded on "If you wont belive in jesus, you will go to hell! Youll go to hell and tjen you die!".

Go to Jerusalem or Bethlehem, or read a book on Judaism/Christianity. Actually, Wikipedia could give you some vital information. For one thing, Christianity was very much an underground society (hipsters). The Jews, meanwhile, were very influential, even going so far as to bribe judges to get Christians out of the arena. But people are envious, hateful and greedy things. Also:
Youll go to hell and tjen you die!".

No, you die and then go to Hell. If you died in Hell, nobody would be afraid and they'd go to another, more scary religion.
And when Allah brings his fury upon the Christians and Jews...

Common misunderstanding. Muslim judgement day is when everyone dies and the sinners (and even Shaitan) are let back into hell. [Source: this]
EmperorPalpatine
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which Jesus (I believe; can't yet source this) despised

It wasn't that he hated the books, but the strict (mis)interpretations by the pharisees, such as stoning for any works done on the sabbath. He upheld the 10 commandments as God's direct laws for all men, but denounced the Mosaic Laws given specifically to the Jews.

is a Jewish text and still included in Christianity.

That's because the NT wouldn't make any sense without it, not that it makes much sense anyway.
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That's because the NT wouldn't make any sense without it, not that it makes much sense anyway.

I know, I just think it's hypocritical.
EmperorPalpatine
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I just think it's hypocritical.

In what way? It's mostly there as a reference. It's like if a slanted overview of China's modern government included an historical preface of the former system to explain how things went awry and how a communist state is better and how great Mao was, and saying how Taiwan is still supporting the outdated, misguided system.
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*comes in in the middle of a conversation*
Because they feel like it, or because they think religion is ridiculous. Maybe they're possessed by demons, or are just crazy. I have no idea.
Back to your regularly scheduled conversation.

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Its like why people become neo-nazis. Most of them never met a jewish person and dont care if the nazis look at there "race" as an inferior. Its because they want to feel the power.

But yet again, there are some sofisticated religions who belive that the so called Satan is God and God is Saten.

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Back to your regularly scheduled conversation.

which died like 2 weeks ago xD
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Why not? Maybe he's just misunderstood.

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Jews are children of the Devil. Not the Jews of Christ's day, but the present day ones who hate Jesus. They, and the Illuminati, worship the devil because it's their master.


Wait..Jewish people as in those that practice Judaism..or Jewish people as in those of Jewish bloodline?

Because if the latter..than you and I might have an issue
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Finally, there's the emos. They're trying to be different and weird so they worship a dark power.

Er.. sure you didn't interchange emos with goths here? Or something? Although, whatever you meant, it's wrong in both cases ^^

Anyway, you completely forgot to mention the evil potato mutant scientist dinosaur in his underground lab plotting death of mankind through the invention of sexuality.
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Worship is an interesting concept. Seeking spiritual aid from a superior entity outside of myself has never been something I've done. Don't get me wrong, I'm not an Atheist, I just don't pray. I've always believed for true power to be something that can't be obtained outside of ones self. So for me to figure out as to why a person would worship will be difficult.

Well, for one, worshiping Satan can fall to several reasons. For one, people could believe that Satan shouldn't have fallen from being an angel. People could believe that this "God" that the christian bible depicts was wrong for banishing him to hell, making Satan a type of "ally" in the conspiracy against this false God. Thats what I think it is.

But to be honest, I think both religions are wrong. I mean first of all, Satan (A.K.A The Devil) controls dark energy, which seeks to control or destroy. Thats kinda of a deal breaker man. And second, what could truly rival Gods will and might? The supreme creator of everything in existence is rivaled by a man trapped in the center of the planet.. sounds to me like God should have a lower case 'g'. It seems more appropriate.

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Satan (A.K.A The Devil) controls dark energy, which seeks to control or destroy.

Scripturally, it seems to be the other way around.

what could truly rival Gods will and might?

Regarding His rest, Exodus 31:17 uses the word Naphash, meaning "to take breath, respirate, refresh", implying God's power isn't limitless and needs to be restored. If that's the case, turned angels might really pose a threat to Him.
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